The November election is getting pretty close, and I keep telling conservatives and Christians that they need to do more than show up on election day. Now is the time to be sharing articles with independents, because we will have to win over a lot of independents in order to win the elections in November. Why? Because the Democrats have a plan to get out their voters.
Take a look at this article from The Federalist by Victoria Marshall.
A prominent voter-roll management system used by 31 states and the District of Columbia has politically compromised ties, according to a new report by independent research group Verity Vote.
The Electronic Registration Information Center, or ERIC, was sold to states as a quick and easy way to update their voter rolls. Started in 2012 by far-left activist David Becker and the left-leaning Pew Charitable Trusts, the program is ostensibly run by the member states themselves. But as public records show, Democratic operatives are working overtime under the cover of ERIC to accomplish their partisan goals and drive Democratic voter turnout.
Here’s what we know about David Becker:
Before he started ERIC, Becker worked as a lobbyist for People for the American Way, a George Soros-funded advocacy group best known for the Right Wing Watch project, a website that catalogs and attacks conservative politicians and movements.
Before that, though, he was a Justice Department attorney whom colleagues remember as a “hard-core leftist” who “couldn’t stand Conservatives.”
Connected to Mark Zuckerberg’s “Zuckerbucks” election strategy, which targets blue areas of swing states:
But now ERIC is undergoing scrutiny for its involvement with another Becker project, the Center for Election Innovation and Research (CEIR). That group was one of two leftist groups used to funnel Mark Zuckerberg’s $419 million that funded the private takeover of government election offices in 2020. This funding targeted the blue areas of swing states, allowing left-wing operatives to run Democrat “get out the vote” operations from inside the election apparatus.
ERIC shares voter roll data — including records of unregistered voters — it receives from the states with CEIR, according to public information requests detailed in the report. CEIR then develops targeted mailing lists and sends them back to the states to use for voter registration outreach. As part of their agreement with ERIC, states are not allowed to disclose any data they send to nor receive from ERIC, however, ERIC is not under the same constraints and is able to work with CEIR.
They are supposed to be scrubbing ineligible voters off the voting rolls, but…
Per ERIC’s own statistics, in 2020, it identified 17 million new voters compared to identifying only about 3 million inaccurate voters on the rolls.
Remember how Biden surprised everyone by winning swing states like Pennsylvania and Michigan?
As previously reported, CEIR held significant sway in the 2020 election. After receiving more than $70 million from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, CEIR mainly funneled the cash to Democratic secretaries of state in key swing states to gain access to data needed to inflate voter rolls and drive Democratic voter turnout. Pennsylvania and Michigan received the most CEIR funds, with Pennsylvania’s Department of State receiving $13 million and Michigan nearly $12 million.
CEIR’s own website says grant funds were exclusively used for voter education, specifically “direct mail outreach, paid media campaigns, and other communication activities.” In Michigan, however, $11.8 million of its $12 million grant went to Democratic consulting firms for conducting so-called “nonpartisan” voter education. Meanwhile, the $13 million to Pennsylvania’s secretary of state funded a massive “voter information” campaign in mostly Democrat-heavy Philadelphia and Allegheny counties.
So, what’s my plan to get conservatives and Christians to vote this election? Well, on this blog, I am trying to highlight all of the things that the Democrats are doing on every kind of issue you can imagine. Not just social issues, like abortion, marriage, LGBT activism, etc. But also fiscal issues, like inflation, socialized medicine, green energy, etc. And not just fiscal issues, but law enforcement (FBI and DOJ corruption) and national security (Iran, Taiwan, etc.). The goal being to win over as many voters as I can by any means that they will find convincing.
If I can discuss 20 different policy issues, using evidence, then I can sway many different types of low-information / apathetic voters to get involved in the election. The key is getting informed about many different issues that matter, even the ones I’m not really interested in, and then sharing articles with people.
One of the best things to do is to show articles on the Democrats progressive social policy to Christians, while showing articles about gun rights and inflation to libertarians, and showing articles about foreign policy to conservatives. Basically, targeting different groups with articles they will find interesting and convincing. So I am looking over The Federalist, Daily Wire, Daily Caller, Daily Signal and Breitbart every day, and e-mailing out articles to friends and co-workers and former co-workers. The Matt Walsh podcast is particularly useful for getting Christians who care about social issues interested in elections.
We’re going to have to do MORE than just show up to vote in November. We’re going to have to bring a lot of people with us. And that happens when we share conservative ideas, with evidence. We have to be persuasive.